C/O Berlin × Barkin’Kitchen

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Daily 11 am–8 pm


Hardenbergstraße 22–24
10623 Berlin

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C/O Berlin is pleased to be partnering with Berlin restaurateurs Antonio Rilling and Frederik Jagla of Barkin’Kitchen.

Regional products, international tastes—C/O Berlin × Barkin’Kitchen connects tradition with modern German-French fare and unconventional global cuisine. The restaurant’s proprietors, Antonio Rilling and Frederik Jagla, stand for contemporary, sustainable cooking and an unconventional take on Berlin dishes. The café will be serving house-made granola; freshly baked cornbread and classic German breads like flaky Splitterbrötchen and Schusterjungen rye rolls; sushi specialties; pastrami sandwiches with apples, onions, horseradish, and coleslaw; vegetarian options like grilled cheese with braised vegetables and fresh seasonal salads with gooseberries, red beets, peas, and wild herbs; and a range of side dishes and soups as part of regularly changing lunch specials. The menu culminates in distinctive modern desserts and an exquisite selection of cakes as well as coffees from regional coffee roasters. Alongside its day-to-day operations, C/O Berlin × Barkin’Kitchen will be holding special events on culinary themes.

Artistic Intervention
Julia Benz, Antonymdimension I, 2020 . Foto © David von Becker
More than just a café

Artistic Intervention is an innovative exhibition format for artists whose practice goes beyond photography. Work for the yearly installation responds to the space occupied by C/O Berlin’s cafe. Since 2014, sculptures, paintings, and experimental works using such varied materials as neon lights and old airplane parts have transformed the cafe into both showcase and stage.

Julia Benz (2020) follows Christian Jankowski (2019), Gregor Hildebrandt (2018), Brigitte Waldach (2017), Karsten Konrad (2016), and Michail Pirgelis (2015) as the sixth artist to present work in this space.

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